Thursday, June 10, 2010

Heat It Up


Today I decided to do a different kind of project. I made a t-shirt design using the heat-transfer material & rhinestones. I love how fast it is to customize things with this stuff. I picked my rose blossom design from the library, cut it out of my heat-transfer material, peeled of the excess, and ironed it onto my shirt. Finally I decided to add a little sparkle by placing rhinestones from my rhinestone starter kit and ironing them on.

Now, would you would like to give it a try? To enter to win 2 rolls of heat-transfer material leave a comment on this post by Sunday at midnight MST. Don't forget, you can also enter to win a rhinestone starter kit by commenting on yesterday's post. Plus, there is Monday and Tuesday's giveaways and the giveaway's on Silhouette's blog (today it's a club kit)!
-Maria

40 comments:

Katie said...

i'm interested!!

Janell said...

Wow cool shirt. I would have never thought of putting the image and the rhinestones on a shirt.

Stephen and Heather said...

That is a cute shirt. Good idea. I would love to give it a try.

Denise said...

I have been hoping to try making my own heat transfer ... thanks so much for the opportunity to win some.

Laura Stewart said...

gorgeous!

kaw1963 said...

Love the shirt, especially with the added bling!

Michelle (from KY) said...

oh man, I NEED that some of that transfer material! I love it.

Alissa said...

That looks like a fun way to customize your clothes! Love to try it!

Wendy Crowe said...

What a cute idea! I would definitely be interested in trying it out! Thanks for the chance!

Christine said...

I love the heat transfers! It is so cool to be the designer of your own one-of-a-kind shirt!

C said...

I love this week's blogs. Its great to see a tool and how to use it. I love all the new ideas.

Janette said...

I love heat transfer material. I have a few projects I am working on!

Christine said...

Wow, all these giveaways!!! I would love to try my hand at customizing a shirt!

Blessings,
Christine

Summer Braxton said...

oh, that's a cute shirt

Benga said...

pretty design! would love to win those!

Ann said...

Great t-shirt! I've been dying to play with the heat transfer material and would love a chance to win.

isabel scrap said...

so great, love to try !

la zaz said...

so lovely shirt!
thanks for the chance

Guillauma said...

Gorgeous shirt!

the mustik said...

Bling, bling, bling, love the bling
Have a nice day

isa dona said...

Wan't to learn this new technic, love the transfer!

Lillian Child said...

I would so love to give this product a try - I have a 2 year old grandson and would have so much fun customizing some t-shirts just for him. Thanks for the chance to win!

Tanya said...

Wow, looks really cool, would be fun. Thank you for the chance. :)

Jennifer said...

I love the shirt, hope I win so I can try the heat transfer, I have so many ideas playing in my head.

Lori McMurphy said...

Very Cool. I have never tried the heat-transfer, but it looks neat! I really like how you added the rhinestones.

Jen Clark said...

I'm dying to make more things with the heat transfer!! I have just dabbled with a shirt for my daughter and one for myself.

smahrty said...

This looks fun, have never tried it before.

hiscrappergirl said...

I adore the heat transfer!! I want to try the new printables.

Sarah said...

Wonderful project! Would love to try this myself!

Lexi said...

So cool!

Prairie Scrapbooking said...

Sure, I'd love to win. Looks great

Tab said...

This is very cute! Love how you used the rhinestones in the design!

Samantha T. said...

I love heat transfer, it's so, so fun!

maria said...

I see so many t-shirts in my future!

Lori Servies said...

I would love to win some heat transfer material. Haven't tried it yet but would love to!
Lori Servies
lservies at aol dot com

amylynn said...

Count me in!

jessica said...

oh, i'd have such fun with this stuff...

Lori Passey said...

The things you can do with heat transfer! Awesome!

MISS PAM said...

I LOVE how this looks - especially the bling!

Meagan said...

You could use this on literally everything. I think I would buy a plain duvet cover and make my own design on it.

 

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